Wanting to forge a new path for yourself? A career in fabrication opens up new doors in the field of manufacturing and repair of metal products and structures. Study a fabrication course and you’ll have the right skills to begin a career in a number of industries, such as mining, heavy automotive, engineering, and agriculture. So wherever you want to go, the skills you learn here will go a long way in a fulfilling and rewarding position.
Undertaking fabrication courses at TAFE leads you to be qualified as a metal fabricator, boilermaker, or welder. You’ll learn to manufacture, assemble, and maintain mining structures. You’ll also learn the ins and outs of heavy transport and earth moving equipment, bridge building, engineering components, building structures, oil-rigs, storage vessels, shipbuilding and agricultural equipment.
And at Central Regional TAFE, our courses are designed to be industry-focused, with plenty of hands-on training to ensure that not only are you developing the right foundations for your knowledge of fabrication, but you’ll also have valuable experience fitting, assembling, and joining aluminium, steel, and other materials.
- Aluminium Fabrication
- Production Worker
- Die Casting (production)
- Foundry Worker/Tradesperson
- Pressure Die Casting Machine Operator
- Sheet Metal Worker
Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/Welding)
When you complete the Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication Trade (Boilermaking/Welding) you will be looking at a trades career as a boilermaker, welder, or fabricator in industries such as mining or construction.
You will gain the skills and knowledge to create and work with metal fabrications, using workshop tools and equipment and various welding techniques.
This qualification is an apprenticeship.
Certificate II in Engineering Pathways
Gain exposure to an engineering working environment.
This qualification is suited to students looking to gain entry level employment in the engineering industry. You will gain practical skills and knwoledge to complete basic welding and fabrication tasks. You will learn how to use tools, safety in the workplace, measuring and calculating and welding.
Topic covered include:
- Occupational health and safety in the work place
- Undertake basic engineering projects
- Workshop machines and hand and power tools
- Welding and fabrication equipment
This qualification is in transition, and the course code is subject to change.